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Windows Subsystem: Microsoft confirms Android 13 support has started

After, after Android 13 Since December also so Windows subsystem is available for AndroidMicrosoft has now confirmed its wide availability. As part of the Insider Program, all users will now be updated to the new Android.

Important for all interested: support Android 13 It is currently only available in the preview of Windows 11 i.e. in the preview builds of the Windows Insider Program and not in the final build of Windows 11.

However, it doesn’t matter which channel of the program you’re on, everyone Windows 11 Insiders You can try Android 13 now. The official way to install Android apps on Windows 11 is through the Amazon App Store. This is now also possible with Android 13.

Microsoft really hit the hit button for this important update last month and allowed early insiders to update to the latest version of Android in the Windows subsystem. Now comes the wide distribution. Microsoft now has that in Windows blog has been confirmed. Several users have already reported in the past few days that they have already been offered the necessary update. This distribution usually takes some time.

Microsoft reports update distribution as follows:

what’s new?

Today we’re rolling out an update for the Windows Subsystem for Android on Windows 11 to all of our Windows Insider channels. This update (2211.40000.11.0) updates WSA to Android 13 and general reliability and performance.

  • Update Windows Subsystem for Android to Android 13
  • Boot performance improvements
  • Mouse click input improvements
  • Clipboard stability improvements
  • Improvements in resizing the app
  • Reliability improvements when opening media files in Windows
  • Jumplist entries for apps that support app shortcuts

Give feedback

If you are experiencing issues with Windows Subsystem for Android, please send us your feedback through the Feedback Center under Apps > Windows Subsystem for Android. For more information about troubleshooting and sending feedback, visit Windows Mobile Apps Troubleshooting & FAQ. If you are a developer, please provide feedback on our GitHub page.

See also:

Android, App Store, Microsoft Store, Windows Store, Windows Logo, Bugdroid, Android App Store, Windows 11 App Store